Paleo Beef Heart Stew

Eating Paleo is more than avoiding problematic food groups and it is a lot more about seeking the most nutrient-dense food to nourish your body. Beef heart is an excellent source of many nutrients, especially CoQ10. If you have been, or still are, on statins, you are at risk of CoQ10 deficiency... and most people need more CoQ10 because of its powerful antioxidant properties. Instead of spending a fortune on CoQ10 supplements, eat beef heart!

Unlike liver, beef heart has a texture and taste that is a lot more similar to muscle meat. Don't be afraid of giving it a try!

Try to find beef heart from a grass-fed animal if you can!

What you need:

  • Onions, mushrooms, carrots... and any combination of vegetables you like
  • Beef heart
  • Seasonings to taste
  • Water (with bones if you can) and/or homemade bone broth

What to do:

  • Throw all the ingredients in your crockpot. 
  • Cook at low for 6-8 hours.
  • Enjoy!

This is a very easy way to have multiple meals ready for the week. You can also freeze leftovers to have quick and easy meals on hand whenever you're in a rush. :)

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